The State Of Digital Money Management, 2014
Firms Have Been Disappointed With Adoption
July 30, 2014
Why Read This Report
Interest in digital money management has been strong for the past few years since pioneers like Wesabe and Mint.com showed how simple online money management could be. Yet despite growing numbers of retail banks and wealth management firms offering money management on their websites and apps, adoption and use remain low. In this report we explore the current state of digital money management in the developed economies of North America, Europe, and Australasia.
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Table of Contents
- Money Management Reborn: The Digital Promise
- There Is Strong Interest In And Use Of Digital Money Management
- Don't Assume That If You Build It, They Will Come
- Don't Think Of Digital Money Management As A Separate Service
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